New Zealanders have failed to make the Champions Trophy tournament cricket eleven, although Kane Williamson was named 12th man.
Victorious Pakistan players dominate the team with their captain Sarfraz Ahmed named captain of the side.
The Black Caps didn't win any of their three games in the tournament.
Captain Williamson scored a century in their abandoned game against Australia and 87 in the loss to England and 57 in the loss to Bangladesh.
Fakhar Zaman, who scored a match-winning 114 in Pakistan's 180-run victory over arch-rivals India in the final, was picked alongside the tournament's top scorer Shikhar Dhawan of India.
Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal was slotted in at number three after driving his side to their maiden semi-final at a major global tournament.
Joe Root represented semi-finalists England for his aggregate of 258 runs while Ben Stokes was rewarded for his all-round contribution.
The bowling lineup was led by Pakistan paceman Hasan Ali, who finished with 13 wickets, and his team mate Junaid Khan. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who claimed seven dismissals for India, was also named.
England's Adil Rashid was the only spinner after claiming seven wickets.
Team: Shikhar Dhawan (India), Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan), Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh), Virat Kohli (India), Joe Root (England), Ben Stokes (England), Sarfraz Ahmed (Pakistan) (captain and wicketkeeper), Adil Rashid (England), Junaid Khan (Pakistan), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India), Hasan Ali (Pakistan), Kane Williamson (New Zealand) (12th man)